Edward Kofi Louis (13th October 1961 / Accra, GHANA)
To reap the maximum benefits from your way of life and,
To learn how to do the right thing always;
With high professional reputation like 'Shaft In Africa'!
Anuma, anuma, anuma!
'Anuma eat', 'anuma drink', 'Anuma Fante! '
Like Mount Sinai engolfed with smoke;
And, where the glory of Yahweh rested to give us hope.
Do feed my lamb when you do have the means like,
Arms for alms in the land of the poor!
But the day comes when,
All things shall pass.
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